Dolores by Laurence Bradshaw Lithograph


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Dolores by Laurence Bradshaw, The Burgomasters House by E. A. Cox. Double-sided A3 lithograph. 1922. Lithographs taken from The Golden Hind Magazine. Offering a unique insight to Bradshaw's early artistic mind, with this illustration completed age 19-21.

Laurence Bradshaw (1899–1978) was an English sculptor, printmaker, and artist.  He is most famous for being the sculptor who created the bust of Karl Marx for his Tomb in Highgate Cemetery. During his career, he also painted posters for Transport London, the Spanish International Brigades, the British-Soviet Friendship Society, and also the Marx Memorial Library.

Bradshaw designed the whole of Marx's monument including the plinth and the calligraphy of the texts on the monument, but did not sign the finished work. Bradshaw considered that his design must be "...not a monument to a man only but to a great mind and a great philosopher."


Elijah Albert Cox (1876-1955) was a mural painter, poster artist, and book illustrator. He studied at Whitechapel People’s Palace and at Bolt Court. Cox exhibited at the Royal Academy, the Royal Institute of Painters in Water-colours, the Royal Society of British Artists, the Society for Graphic Art, and the British Water-colour Society.